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File:Metta Victoria Fuller.jpg|thumb '''Metta Victoria Fuller Victor''' (née Metta Victoria Fuller; nom de plume '''Seeley Regester''') (March 2, 1831 – June 26, 1885) was an American novelist, credited with authoring of one of the first detective novels in the United States. She wrote more than 100 dime novels, pioneering the field. She was born in Erie, Pennsylvania, the third of five children of Adonijah Fuller and Lucy (Williams) Fuller.[http://www.ulib.niu.edu/badndp/victor_meta.html from Beadle and Adams Dime Novel Digitization Project] The family moved to Wooster, Ohio in 1839, where she and her elder sister Frances Fuller Victor|Frances (who also became a famous writer) attended a female seminary; they both published stories in local newspapers and, later, in the ''Home Journal''. The sisters moved to New York City together in 1848, where they continued their literary...
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